The Ghana FA Technical Director, Francis Oti Akenteng, has hinted that Mas-ud Didi Dramani barely escaped being beaten when Spying on Cameroon during their friendly with a Spanish side.
Just few days before the commencement of the Africa Cup of Nations, Oti Akenten has stated revealing the scouts to the public was a wrong move by the association and suggested it shouldn’t be repeated going forward because of the difficulties the scouts go through doing their work.
In an interview with Accra based Happy FM, Oti Akenteng said, “Didi Dramani was nearly beaten up when he went to watch Cameroon.
“Same applies to Sellas Tetteh whilst trying to watch the Benin game yesterday.”
The former Asante Kotoko manager, together with David Duncan and Sellas Tetteh were appointed scouts for the Black Stars ahead of the AFCON.
Meanwhile former Ghanaian striker is among the few people who have also openly spoken against the decision by the GFA to publicise scouts ahead of a tournament.